Managing and Sharing Data – What Researchers Do And Don’t Do; The Implications For Policy

Dr Michael Jubb
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Michael Jubb will address the work RIN has done on researchers’ behaviours and attitudes with regard to managing, curating and sharing their data; the extent to which they do or do not comply with the policies and requirements of their funders; the differences between researchers in different disciplines; and the implications of all this for policy-makers and for those seeking to promote and support better data management, curation and sharing.

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